Medical centres on campus

AUT has medical centres for students at our City and North campuses. These are staffed by doctors and nurses who provide a range of medical services. Our South Campus offers nursing services only.

Routine appointments are free for domestic students who enrol with us as their main healthcare provider.

Services at Student Medical Centres

Our services include:

  • General healthcare
  • Minor surgery
  • Maternity care and pregnancy testing
  • ​​​​Travel health and vaccinations
  • Vaccinations and immune screening
  • Sexual health screening and treatment
  • Contraception
  • Mental health
  • Post-operative dressings and management

You can find more info about our services on the Student website, Student Hub Online.

Medical centres: services, appointments, costs and more (student website)

Counselling sessions and mental health support

At AUT all domestic and international students can get free, confidential counselling sessions and mental health support. Counsellors are based at all of our campuses. You can also get help from our mental health advisors.

Mental health support and counselling services

Accreditation and membership

AUT’s Student Medical Centre is a member of Auckland PHO (Primary Health Organisation) and accredited by the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners.

Urgent or after hours medical care

If you need medical help after hours, you can go to an accident and urgent medical care provider like White Cross. Check the Healthpoint website to find one near you.

Healthpoint website

In an emergency, phone an ambulance on 111.

South Campus: other medical care providers nearby

  • Manukau Family Doctors Accident & Medical

They will provide free urgent care when you present your AUT student ID card.

Appointments and locations

If you’re a current student, check the Student Hub Online website for more details including how to book, locations, costs and enrolment information.

AUT medical centres (student website)

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